Basically, between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., you can bring any container you want and fill it up with Slurpee for just $1.49. The only caveat? The container must fit in a 10-inch circle.
So what should you fill? To get some inspiration, check out the crazy containers people around the world have used on #BYOCupDay in their countries.
And you thought size didn't matter.
The folks at the office will be either ecstatic or repulsed when you turn the watercooler into a Slurpee machine.
Nothing rehydrates you after a big game like a soccer ball full of frozen sugar water.
Sometimes it's not the vessel itself — it's how big it is in proportion to the person drinking out of it. Let's just say I'm glad I don't have to parent these kids once they've chugged all of that down.
Because everything is classier if you serve it at teatime.
Whatever floats your boat, old dude.
I just pray he washed that out first.
At least he didn't actually put it in the horse mask. That is a mask... right?
This actually makes sense. As it melts, you can reblend your Slurpee so everything stays nice and frosty.
We've all got one — a random plastic container that is holding a ton of junk. #BYOCupDay is your chance to fill it with something useful.
Not as cool as 5-gallon-water-jug guy, but definitely a lot more practical.
Honestly, it looks like this kid made 3-D art with his artful dispensing of multiple Slurpee flavors into a floral cookie jar. Kudos to him!
If you're going to chug 200 ounces of frozen sugar in one go, you may as well do it from a piece of fine pottery.
How very meta.
Please, God, tell me they took the phone out first.
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